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2014/08/02 02:42
2014/08/02 02:42
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... number of these atomic systems under the same conditions and with different settings of the lab setup. "This process required measurements over several weeks, during which the fluctuations of...
2014/08/02 02:42
2014/08/02 02:42
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2014/07/31 02:53
2014/07/31 02:53
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They are gaining knowledge that may be applied in careers that haven’t been invented yet. The natural-born tinkerers and potential inventors who want to explore the bounds of science and engineering...
2014/07/30 19:39
2014/07/30 19:39
2d
... new study, conducted by Heidi Fisher, a post-doctoral student working in the lab of Hopi Hoekstra, Howard Hughes Investigator and Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary...
2014/07/30 18:26
2014/07/30 18:26
2d
... fall. We passed stereolithography machines and giant autoclaves operated by men in white lab coats, and a supercomputer with processing power equivalent to a hundred thousand iPads,...
2014/07/30 11:17
2014/07/30 11:17
2d
Asley Ventura, of Laurel, had fun participating in a space camp at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. During the two-week camp, Asley and about 30 other sixth- and seventh- graders...
2014/07/28 16:31
2014/07/28 16:31
4d
... water collection system inspired engineers to try and reproduce these surfaces in the lab. Small-scale advances in fluid physics, materials engineering and nanoscience since that time...
2014/07/28 12:39
2014/07/28 12:39
4d
... way that makes them appear as a single organism. In their paper published in the journal Nature Physics, the team describes how they used high-speed cameras to capture and study flight movement by...
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2014/07/27 10:39
2014/07/27 10:39
5d
... fellows lodging and a stipend, and dorm housing for the students, while placing them in laboratories alongside UI researchers. The idea, said Madeline Shea, a professor of biochemistry at...
2014/07/26 06:47
2014/07/26 06:47
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... from Seattle will contribute one of the most essential pieces. Researchers at UW’s Applied Physics Lab have developed robotic gliders that weigh 100 lbs, are 6 feet long, can travel...
2014/07/25 16:43
2014/07/25 16:43
7d
... understanding of small systems and allowing for the creation of new human-made materials in a lab setting. The research forms part of the PhD thesis of University of Leicester student Gediminas...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2014/07/25 13:31
2014/07/25 13:31
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... Your Universe Online When most scientists discuss string theory, they aren’t referring to the physics behind the distinctive lead guitar techniques of Eric Clapton or Jimi Hendrix, but that’s...
2014/07/25 13:17
2014/07/25 13:17
7d
... are often reversed in a later study, to the surprise of many. More often than not basic laboratory findings, especially ones that are thought to be spectacular at the outset, cannot be...
2014/07/24 13:41
2014/07/24 13:41
8d
... method to drink 12 percent of its body weight each day. Small-scale advances in fluid physics, materials engineering and nanoscience since that time have brought them close to...
2014/07/23 14:46
2014/07/23 14:46
9d
... is the vision of Efthimios Kaxiras, the John Hasbrouck Van Vleck Professor of Pure and Applied Physics. As leader of an interdisciplinary research group, he has built just such a...
2014/07/23 13:17
2014/07/23 13:17
9d
... things and can be used across all the other science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science and engineering." "To me, nanoscience is about the manipulation of...
2014/07/22 19:42
2014/07/22 19:42
10d
In a paper published today in the July 2014 issue of the journal Optica, Milchberg and his lab report using an "air waveguide" to enhance light signals collected from distant sources. These air...
2014/07/21 15:43
2014/07/21 15:43
11d
... Peter Wolynes and his team at the university's Center for Theoretical Biological Physics (CTBP) have applied his energy landscape theory to proteins that are hard to view because...
2014/07/19 13:42
2014/07/19 13:42
13d
... of efficiency loss in solar cells, but because of the sub-picosecond time scale and complex physics involved, characterization of hot carriers has long been a challenge even for the simplest...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2014/07/18 13:43
2014/07/18 13:43
14d
... has grown over the past few years, resulting in increasing numbers of students taking physics at school. In everyday life, science has been restored as a valuable, awe-inspiring subject,...
2014/07/17 10:33
2014/07/17 10:33
15d
... anything, since such news could affect GM’s share price. Word had leaked around the Envia lab anyway. An edginess hung over the lunch. Kapadia’s cell phone rang as he drove back from the...
2014/08/02 02:42
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